Episodes

Cinco de Mayo, Amigos!

Feliz Cinco de Mayo, everybody! If my life were a more organized mess right now, I’d have planned on making some kind of celebratory video for this day. Maybe we would have gone to Puebla to see the battle site where Mexico totally kicked France’s ASS even though they were outnumbered and out-gunned! Or at…

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Spanakopita

I had my super-special friend Laurel from Trophy Boutique come over to show me how to make spanakopita, thereby showing y’all how to make it, too. The idea is that chicks dig this shit and we ought to know because we are chicks. It has vegetables in it and it requires purchasing (and knowing how…

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Texas Tater Twisters

This is it, y’all! The lost footage from the fated Ferris wheel accident I mentioned in the Monte Cristo episode. I guess it wasn’t really lost after all. But it was hard-going to figure out how to retrieve it. The camera had to be dusted off, battery changed, disassembled, reassembled, prayed for, and ultimately cleansed…

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Potato Soup Recipe

I guess it’s the same as potato chowder? I’m not really sure what the difference would be since all potato soup recipes I’ve ever seen have cream or milk in them, which makes them chowders, too. So it seems they are the same thing. But then again, not all chowders have milk or cream. The…

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Pasta Primavera

Okay, people. This is a real kitchen-sink kind of deal. Pretty much just throw in whatever vegetables you have around and viola: Pasta Primavera! Which means, like, Springtime Pasta, which means, like, bright colors and light textures and fresh flavors and baby birds all over the damn place. I love Spring. I love colors and…

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Zucchini Pancakes

Zucchini Pancakes Recipe

Here’s a majorly easy recipe for zucchini pancakes with only 4 ingredients! Switch out zucchini for anything else and make vegetable pancakes! Viola! It’s just that easy, my people.

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Monte Cristo Sandwich

Monte Cristo sandwiches are like ham and cheese sandwiches from France. Not any harder than a ham’n’cheese, but a hundred times fancier and yummier. Kids like ’em and probably your boyfriend will, too.

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How To Cook Collard Greens

Collard greens are a Southern staple and usually made with a buncha pork fat. These collard greens are different, though, in a way more delicious way. It’s like they would do ’em in Italy or something if they had collard greens over there. Maybe they do. I’m no expert on geography. These are yum, though. Promise.

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